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“Twitter acts reinforce measures against copyright infringement ‘
Twitter seems that infringes on another’s copyright to remove from his website. Among other jokes that others copy of users seem to be targeted. The policy to protect content owners has been around longer, but was not respected as many.
Deleting messages was noticed by the Twitter account Plagiarism Is Bad. This account adheres been working to advocate for stricter copyright rules on the social networking site, and does include a list of copyright violators on Twitter. In the messages that the account refers to is to see that the content is removed after a request was made by the copyright holder.
Among other jokes that others are ‘recycled’ seem to be banned from Twitter. Though Twitter already had copyright rules that prohibit copying someone else’s content, the website now seems stronger action against copyright infringement. The company behind Twitter, however, has not yet responded to the deletions.
The site has long been a form online stand that allows copyright holders may request to take down material protected by copyright. It is part of the US DMCA legislation allowing the site owner will not be prosecuted as long as it cooperates on removing copyright-protected material at the request of the owners.Viewing:-165
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